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Hospital Aided by China Handed over to Nepal

Newly constructed Civil Service Hospital in Nepali capital Kathmandu was handed over to Nepali government by the government of the People's Republic of China on Monday.

Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Zheng Xianglin officially handed over the project and signed delivery documents to Nepali Officiating Secretary of Ministry of General Administration (MoGA) Chandra Kumar Ghimire.

Zheng Xianglin said at a hand-over ceremony that this is the second hospital provided by Chinese government after B.P. Koirala Memorial Cancer hospital in Chitwan district in central Nepal 10 years ago.

Newly constructed hospital will provide top ranking medical equipment and high quality service to Nepali civil society, said Zhang.

Ghimire expressed deep gratitude to Chinese government for providing highly facilitated hospital to Nepal.

The hospital covers 27,650 square meters and there are seven buildings for various facilities. Hospital has got 132 beds and will be incorporating both Outdoor Patient Department and Indoor Patient Department.

(Xinhua News Agency October 28, 2008)

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